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Possible sources of additional grants


Alberta Health and Wellness


Dr. Karen Grimsrud

Deputy Provincial Health Officer

Alberta Health and Wellness

Provincial Health Office

24th floor, Telus Plaza North Tower

10025 Jasper Avenue

Edmonton, AB T5J 2N3

Tel.: 780-415-2797

Fax: 780-427-7683

E-mail: karen.grimsrud@gov.ab.ca


The collaboration within the Canadian Pandemic Influenza Plan is the product of extensive dialogue andPandemic Influenza Committee (PIC). Created in 2001, PIC consists of 17 voting members, including representatives from all provinces and territories. Expertise within PIC includes Chief Medical Officers of Health, epidemiologists, virologists, communicable disease specialists, clinical, public health and laboratory specialists. Committee members, in turn, have been greatly assisted through a process of consultation

with a wider group of stakeholders, including the health non-government organizationcommunity, local governments, emergency planners, and bioethicists.




One-stop access to information from Government of Canada departments and agencies on pandemic, avian and seasonal influenza


Public Health Agency of Canada




Canadian Institutes of Health Research









Message from Doreene Starke-Meyerrling

Doreene Starke-Meyerring, Dr. [doreen.starke-meyerring@mcgill.ca]

http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/) and SSHRC for the Social and Human Sciences (the http://www.sshrc-crsh.gc.ca). I believe much funding here is focused on Canadian researchers, though.http://www.imaginecanada.ca/

As for funding opportunities, here is what I have been able to come up with for you:

For research, the main funding associations are CIHR for the health sciences (see

There are other info resources that might be helpful to you:

The collective resource site on Canadian foundations and grants:


See especially the Canadian Directory to Foundations and Grants (

CharityVillage List of Canadian Foundations

Corporate and Government Funding Sources

Social Entrepreneurship Organizations


Various Granting Organizations




There is also a Subsidy Directory for Canada. The most recent version for 2008 was just released:

"The new Subsidy Directory 2008 is now available, newly revised it is the most complete and affordable reference for anyone looking for financing.

It is the perfect tool for new and existing businesses, individuals, foundations and associations.

This Publication contains more than 3000 direct and indirect financial subsidies, grants and loans offered by government departments and agencies, foundations, associations and organizations. In this edition all programs are well described.

Canadian Subsidy Directory (All Canada, federal + provincial + foundations) CD-Rom (Pdf file)............................$ 69.95 Printed (430 pages)..........................$149.95

Also available for each province on CD-Rom only...........$ 49.95 Alberta British Columbia New Brunswick Newfoundland & Labrador Northwest Territories / Nunavut / Yukon Manitoba Nova Scotia Ontario Prince Edward Island Quebec .............................$ 69.95 Saskatchewan

To obtain a copy please call toll free 1-866-322-3376 or local 819-322-5756."

Hope this is useful.

Good luck with your project!


http://www.imaginecanada.ca/?q=en/node/22) http://www.charityvillage.com/cv/nonpr/nonpr17.asp

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